Relaxed rules for carrying concealed guns in public may not be challenged by California state officials or advocacy groups, a federal appeals panel decided Wednesday. Continue reading “California can’t challenge ruling on concealed guns, court says”
- A new study finds that an increase in concealed carry permits has accompanied a decrease in murder. (AP)
One of the common questions asked of concealed carry permit holders is, “How often do you arm yourself when you go out?”
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Last week San Bernardino County Sheriff John McMahon issued a statement detailing his philosophy in regards to issuing concealed weapons permits. In the first full calendar year since he took office, the department issued permits to 720 applicants, an increase of 360 percent. Continue reading “San Bernardino Co. CCW issuances up by 360 percent under new sheriff”
“… [T]he Yolo County policy impermissibly infringes on the Second Amendment right to bear arms in lawful self-defense.”
Continue reading “SAF, Calguns score Ninth Circuit victory in Richards carry case”
Federal appeals courts strikes down California’s concealed weapons permit rules Continue reading “Court tosses California’s concealed weapons rules”
The Ninth Circuit’s decision in Peruta v. San Diego, released minutes ago, affirms the right of law-abiding citizens to carry handguns for lawful protection in public. Continue reading “Ninth Circuit strikes California’s restrictive rule against licensed carry of handguns”
In a major victory for gun rights activists, a federal appeals panel in California has rejected a law in San Diego County that requires applicants for concealed carry permits to demonstrate “good cause” as to why they need a gun for personal safety. Continue reading “Federal court deals gun-grabbers a blow in San Diego concealed carry ruling”
If you don’t exercise your rights, they become weak and flabby.
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On Friday, a Texas senator introduced the Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2014 which would treat concealed carry permits similar to drivers’ licenses, allowing permit holders to legally carry a concealed firearm between states without requiring a different permit for each state.
Continue reading “Texas senator proposes bill for nationwide concealed carry reciprocity”